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Full text of "Annual farm and home week"

February 2 - 5 , 1953 



annual 



FARM and HOME WEEK 

Better farming — Better living 



JAN 7 , 
COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE -Illinois 

University of Illinois, Urbana, Illinois 




UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS BULLETIN 



INDEX 

PAGE 

Advisory Councils for Agricultural Education 29, 31 

Agricultural Economics 

Our Challenge as Producers 7 

Agricultural Outlook 8 

Grain Marketing 12, 16 

Cold Storage Locker Plants 12, 16 

Dairy Marketing 13, 15 

Economies of Land Use 22 

Marketing Quality Live Hogs 23, 25 

Methods of Handling Forage Crops 25 

Farm Management Luncheon 29 

Farm Tenure Problems 28 

Agricultural Engineering 

Farm Drainage 9 

Farm Machinery 13, 15 

Farmstead Water Supply 23 

Mechanizing Farm Chores 26 

New Farm Building Methods 30 

Using Timber in Buildings 27 

Movies 8, 13, 23, 27 

Agronomy 

Small Grain 9 

Soybeans 15 

Corn 19 

Question Box 12, 19, 28 

Crop Production 25 

Land Use 28 

Agronomy Research Revue 31 

Animal Science 

Cold Storage Locker Plants 12, 16 

Poultry 16 

Swine 17 

Marketing Quality Live Hogs 23, 25 

Stockmen's Banquet 18 

Sheep 22 

Beef Cattle 24 

Beekeeping 14, 15, 18, 23, 24 

Camping 19, 33 

County Choruses 8 

Dairy Science 

Solving Dairy Problems 22 

Dairy Cattle Breeding 24 

Dairy Technology 

Manufacturing Dairy Products 8, 17, 19 

Making Cheese Cake 30 

Evening Programs 

Sunday Evening 7 

Open House 10 

Folk and Square Dance Jamboree 18 

Illinois Rural Music and Drama Festival 27 

Exhibits 4, 10, 18, 26, 32, Back Cover 

Food Technology 

The Role of Food Technology in Marketing Farm Products 17 

Forestry 

Wood and Trees in Farming 17, 30 

Using Timber in Buildings 27 

General Sessions 9, 18, 26, 32 

Home Economics 

Homemakers' Program 8, 12, 14, 19, 27, 30 

Special Classes 11, 19, 24, 27 

4-H Home Economics 9 

Family Account Keeper's Luncheon 24 

Identification of Speakers 34, 35, 36, 37, 38 

Illinois Farm Sports Festival 14 

Illinois Home Bureau Federation 14, 33 

Illinois Rural Life Conference 28, 31 

Information 3 

Legumes and Grasses 12 

Leisure-Time Choices 4 

Program Outline 20, 2 1 

Recommended for Farmers and Homemakers 5, 6 

Rural Pastors' Short Course 10, 13, 16, 23, 26 

Rural Youth 7, 8, 10 

Special Events 33 

Veterinary Medicine 

Question Box 27 



INFORMATION FOR VISITORS 

Registration headquarter! will 1><- maintained <>n th<- fust 
Boor, Main Lounge, Illini Union, from 2:00 p.m. February 
l through February 5. Every visitor ii urged t<> register. 
There is no charge. 

Maps of the campus and surrounding vicinity arc availabh 
at the registration desk in the mini Union. 

Meals may be secured at the Illini Union. Colonial room: 

Sunday buffet 5:30 p.m. -7:00 p.m. Week days: lunch, 1 1:45 
a.m. -1:30 p.m.; dinner, 5:45 p.m. -7:30 p.m. Cafeteria: 
breakfast, 7:00 a.m. -8:30 a.m.; lunch, 11:15 a.m. -1:15 p.m.; 
dinner, 5:15 p.m. -7:00 p.m. Lunches will be served in the 
Agricultural Engineering Building from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 
p.m. daily. There are also several restaurants near the 
campus. 

Room Accommodations will be ample for all Farm and 
Home Week visitors. Accommodations will include the 
University Residence Halls for the entire period as follows: 
Busey-Evans and Lincoln Avenue Residence for women, 
Men's Halls and Parade Ground Units for men, and 
Lincoln Avenue Residence for couples. Rooms in private 
homes also will be available. All lists will be at the Registra- 
tion Desk, Union Building. Room rates will range from 
$2.00 to $3.00 per night per person depending on length 
of stay and whether single or double occupancy is desired. 
Registration will begin on Sunday at 2:00 p.m. 

Advanced reservations may be obtained in University 
housing by writing to Howard F. Sharp, 245 Illini Hall, 
Champaign, Illinois, between December 26 and January 20. 

Lost and Found articles should be reported or turned in to 
registration headquarters, Illini Union Building. 

Illness or Accidents should be reported promptly to the 
registration desk in the Illini Union. First Aid service will 
be rendered by the University Health Station, 807 South 
Wright Street, Champaign, telephone University Extension 
421. 

Publications — Bulletins, circulars, and other printed infor- 
mation of the College of Agriculture are on display in the 
Illini Union. Cards are provided on which requests may 
be made for any of the publications. 

For Those Who Cannot Attend 

Arrangements have been made to broadcast as much of 
the Farm and Home Week program as possible over station 
WILL, 580 on your radio dial. Features to be broadcast 
will be announced each day of Farm and Home Week at 
8:45 a.m., and during the regular Farm and Home programs. 



Vol. 50, No. 30; December, 1952. Published seven times each month by 
the University of Illinois. Entered as second-class matter December 11, 
1912, at the post office at Urbana, Illinois, under the Act of August 24, 
1912. Office of Publication, 358 Administration Building, Urbana, Illinois. 



LEISURE-TIME CHOICES 

Animal Sciences Laboratory — Tour 4:15 p.m., daily. Assem- 
ble in lobby at main entrance. 

Browsing Room (First Floor, Illini Union) — Popular and 
timely books. 12:00 noon to 2:00 p.m.; 6:00 to 10:00 p.m., 
daily. 

Campus Tours will be conducted leaving the Auditorium 
following the general sessions Monday, Tuesday, and 
Wednesday. Tours will be to nearby buildings, laboratories, 
and other points of interest. 

Child Development Laboratory — Bevier Hall. Visitors may 
see the laboratory from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., daily. Use 
observation booth (114E) and south corridor windows. 

Exhibits — Stock Pavilion, Agricultural Engineering Build- 
ing, and Lower Gym, Bevier Hall. Demonstrations and dis- 
plays on agriculture and home economics. Open Monday 
12:00 noon to 6:00 p.m.; Tuesday and Wednesday 9:00 a.m. 
to 9:00 p.m.; Thursday 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. 

Food Processing Laboratory — Horticulture Field Lab., 8:00 
a.m.-5:00 p.m., daily. 

Horticulture — Flowers and vegetables in the Floriculture 
and Vegetable Greenhouses; research equipment in the 
Horticulture Field Laboratory; 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., daily. 

Ice Skating (Ice Rink) — Rented skates available; 7:30 p.m. 
to 10:00 p.m., daily. Admission charge. 

Meal Service Laboratory Exhibit — 121, 123 Bevier Hall. 
Monday 4:00 to 6:00 p.m.; Tuesday and Wednesday 11:30 
a.m. to 1:30 p.m.; 4:00 to 6:00 p.m.; Thursday 11:30 a.m. 
to 1:30 p.m. 

Movies — Lincoln Hall Theatre. 4:15 to 5:00 p.m. Monday, 
Tuesday, and Wednesday. 

Museum (Third and Fourth Floors, Natural History Build- 
ing) — Exhibits of plants, animals, mushrooms, semi-precious 
stones, and Indian relics from Illinois; 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 
p.m., daily. 

Social Recreation — Upper Gym, Bevier Hall, 4:00 p.m. 
Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday. 

Soil Testing Laboratory — Exhibit of Soil Testing and Soil 
Survey (2nd Floor Davenport Hall)— 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 
noon, and 1:00 to 5:00 p.m., daily. 

South Farms — Agronomy Seed House; beef cattle, dairy 
cattle, horses, poultry, sheep, and swine under experimental 
conditions, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., daily. 

Vespers — Episcopal Chapel of St. John the Divine 

1011 South Wright, Champaign, 4:30 p.m. 
Monday — Reverend Oscar Engebretson 
Tuesday — Reverend Pierre Tangent 
Wednesday — Reverend Vernon MacNeill 

Veterinary Medicine Building — Tour 4:15 p.m., daily. 
Meet in 150 Veterinary Medicine. 



PROGRAMS RECOMMENDED FOR BOTH 
FARMERS AND HOMEMAKERS 

SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 1 

Sunday Evening Program 7 

MONDAY, FEBRUARY 2 

Economic Prospects as I Sec Them 8 

Farm and Home Week Open House 10 

Our Challenge as Producers 7 

Tour Through the Dairy Plant (also 

Tuesday and Wednesday) 8, 17, 19 

TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY 

FEBRUARY 3, 4, 5, SPECIAL CLASSES 

Farm Home Remodeling 11 

Ornamental Plantings Around the Home 11 

Quality Vegetables for Home Use 11 

Selecting and Handling Poultry Products 11 

Selecting Fresh Fruits and Vegetables 11 

Small Fruits for Home Planting 11 

Special Diets Prepared in the Home 11 

Using Household Storage Space Efficiently 11 

What to Look for in Buying Furniture 11 

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 3 

Food Buying Today 12 

Poultry 16 

Trends in Home Freezing 12 

Trends in Packaging Frozen Foods 12 

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 4 

How to Make a Well Safe 23 

Water Treatment for the Farm 23 

Women, and Men Too, Buy Clothes 19 



THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 5 



PAGE 



Appropriate Lighting for Today's Homes 27 

Farm Management Luncheon 29 

Getting a Start in Farming 28 

Home, Sweet Home with a Windbreak 30 

Interpreting Farm Lease Practices 28 

Laws Important to the Farm Family 30 

Making Bakers Cheese and 

Cheese Cake at Home 30 

Revolution in Africa 28 

Transferring Farm Property 28 

Water Management the American Way 28 

MONDAY, TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY 
FEBRUARY 2-5 

General Sessions 9, 18, 26, 32 



FARM and HOME WEEK 
PROGRAM 

See Program Outline, pages 20, 21. 

SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 1 

2:00-10:00 p.m. Registration — -Main Lobby Mini Union 
Building 

EVENING 

Lincoln Hall Theatre 

H. R. Brunnemeyer, presiding 

7:30 — Tune Tinkers Quartet and Singing 

Quartet: E. D. Walker, A. L. Wilson 
P. M. Somers, W. V. Balduf 

7:50 — My Experiences in Israel — Margaret Dail 

8:00 — Cloveretts — Ford County Blue Award Winners in 
Share the Fun Activity 

8:10 — My Experiences in Sweden — Norma Jean Hanell 

MONDAY, FEBRUARY 2 

MORNING 

Rural Youth 

112 Gregory Hall 

Clareta Walker, presiding 

10:00 — Registration, Songfest, Announcements 
10:30— A One Word Philosophy— Donald R. Crocker 
1 1 :30— Adjourn 

f 12:00 — Rural Youth Luncheon — Latzer Hall, University 
YMCA 

Our Challenge as Producers 

314 Illini Union 

G. L. Jordan, presiding 

10:00— Can We Feed 200 Million People?— 

H. C. M. Case 

Questions and Discussion 
11:00 — Looking Ahead with Soybeans — W. L. Burlison 
1 1 :30— Adjourn 

f Charge for admission. 



(Monday morning — continued) 

County Choruses 

Faculty Lounge, Illini Union 

10:30— County Chorus Plans for 1953 Season— 
E. H. Regnier, V. C. Shaul 

1 1 :30— Adjourn 

NOON 

12:00 — Movies — 201 Agricultural Engineering 

AFTERNOON 

Homemakers' Program 

Lincoln Hall Theatre 

Mary Ligon, presiding 

1 :00 — How the Home Economics Department Serves 
Homes of Illinois — Janice M. Smith 
Planning Your Farm Home and Its Surroundings 
—J. B. Claar, K. H. Hinchcliff, H. R. Kemmerer, 
Catherine Sullivan 

3:00 — General Session (See page 9). 

Rural Youth 

112 Gregory Hall 

Clareta Walker, presiding 

1 :30 — Youth in Today's World — Mrs. Raymond Sayre 
3:00 — General Session (See page 9). 

Manufacturing Dairy Products 

Dairy Manufactures Building 

1:00 — Conducted tour through the dairy plant 
3:00 — General Session (See page 9). 

Agricultural Outlook 

Auditorium 

H. C. M. Case, presiding 

1 :00 — Economic Prospects as I See Them — V L. Bassie 

Questions from audience: Panel: V L. Bassie, 
H. C. M. Case, G. L. Jordan, L. J. Norton, 
L. H. Simerl, E. J. Working 

2:00 — Continuation of panel with questions from audience 

3:00 — General Session (See page 9). 



(Monday afternoon — continued) 

Farm Drainage 

201 Agricultural Engineering 
R. C. 1 lav, presiding 

1:00 — The First Step in Soil Drainage: Know Vour Soil — 
A. A. Klingcbicl 

1:25— Get Rid of Surface Water— B. F. Muirheid 
2:00— Use Good Quality Drain Tile— G. A. Karstcns 
2:25— The Contractor Wants to Do the Job Right— 
T. R. Harper 

3:00 — General Session (See page 9). 

Small Grain 

100 Gregory Hall 

W. M. Bever, presiding 

1 :00— Varieties— O. T. Bonnett 

Hard vs. Soft Wheat in the Market — Representative 

of Wheat Milling Industry 
2:00— Insects— J. H. Bigger 

Fertilizers — P. E. Johnson 
3:00 — General Session (See page 9). 

4-H Home Economics 

213 Gregory Hall 

Anna Searl, presiding 

1:00 — Home Economics 4-H Chairmen Look Ahead 
3:00 — General Session (See page 9). 



General Session 

Auditorium 

R. R. Hudelson, presiding 

3:00 — Vermilion County Chorus 

Where We Stand in Educa- 
tion — George D. Stoddard — 
President, University of 
Illinois 




For Leisure-Time Choices, see page 4. 



(Monday evening) 



EXHIBITS 

Stock Pavilion 

Agricultural Engineering Building 

Lower Gym, Bevier Hall 

Open 12:00 noon-6:00 p.m. 



EVENING 

f5:45 — Rural Youth Banquet — Ballroom, Illini Union 

Rural Pastors' Short Course 

The Church's Outreach to the People of the Rural 
Community 

f5:45 — Annual Dinner — Latzer Hall, University YMCA 
Group singing — E. H. Regnier 
The Church and Farm Policy — Mervin G. Smith 

Farm and Home Week Open House 

6:30-11:30 p.m., Illini Union 
For Your Entertainment: 

Movies and colored slides 

Music 

Mixers and dancing 

Cards and other games 

Exhibits and demonstrations 

Floor show — a variety of acts 

And lots of lounging space to chat with your neighbors 

and University friends. 

Programs will be available at all entrances." 



f Charge for admission. 



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TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 3 



1 [omemakers' Program 



9:00-10:00 Special Classei 

Classes will be repeated at 9:00 a.m. and at L:30 p.m. Oil 

Wednesday and at 9:00 a.m. on Thursday. 

HOW TO MATCH STRIPES AND PLAIDS- Helen 

Zwolanck— 327 Bevier 11 all 
YOUR MONEYS WORTH IN FABRICS— Dorothy Dur- 

rell 304 Bevier Hall 
CHILD GUIDANCE AND FAMILY LIFE— Ruth Cooper, 

Mrs. Marian McLaughlin, Mrs. Millicent Martin — 

Lincoln Hall Theatre 
SPECIAL DIETS PREPARED IN THE HOME— Harriet 

Barto — 117 Bevier Hall 
THIS IS THE WAY WE DO IT IN FOOD PREPARA- 
TION— Mrs. Pearl Janssen— 218 Bevier Hall 
WHAT'S NEW IN FOODS— Anne Fluhr, Mary Fuqua— 

229 Bevier Hall 
FAMILY READING WITH LITTLE CHILDREN— Viola 

James— 132 Lincoln Hall 
WAYS TO SIMPLIFY HOMEMAKING TASKS— Mrs. 

Mary Pickett — Home Management House, 1202 West 

Green, Urbana 
WHAT TO LOOK FOR IN BUYING FURNITURE— 

Kathryn Weesner — 207 Bevier Hall 
SELECTING TEXTILES (Film)— Florence King— 305 

Bevier Hall 
USING HOUSEHOLD STORAGE SPACE EFFI- 
CIENTLY— Helen McCullough, Mrs. Mary Farnham 

— 108 Bevier Hall 
FLOWER ARRANGEMENT— J. R. Culbert— Floriculture 

Laboratory 
SMALL FRUITS FOR HOME PLANTING— A. S. Colby 

—105 Lincoln Hall 
ORNAMENTAL PLANTINGS AROUND THE HOME— 

H. R. Kemmerer — 106 Lincoln Hall 
QUALITY VEGETABLES FOR HOME USE— B. L. 

Weaver— 123 Lincoln Hall 
FARM HOME REMODELING— K. H. Hinchcliff— 303 

Lincoln Hall 
SELECTING AND HANDLING POULTRY PRODUCTS 

— E. E. Broadbent — 109 Lincoln Hall 
SELECTING FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES— 

W. F. Lomasney — 110 Lincoln Hall 

Space in many of the classrooms is limited. In order to 
be fair to everyone, admittance tickets will be necessary for 
each class you wish to attend. Admittance tickets for 
special classes may be obtained in the first floor lobby of 
Lincoln Hall during the following hours: 
Monday: 10:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m. and 4:00-5:00 p.m. 
Tuesday and Wednesday: 8:00 a.m.- 12:00 noon; 1:00-3:00 

p.m. and 4:00-5:00 p.m. 
Thursday: 8:00-9:00 a.m. 

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(Tuesday — continued) 

MORNING 

Homemakers' Program 

Lincoln Hall Theatre 

Mrs. Glenna Lamkin, presiding 

10:15 — Trends in Home Freezing — Frances Van Duyne 

Food Buying Today — Paul Willis 
11:30— Adjourn 

Grain Marketing 

213 Gregory Hall 

L. J. Norton, presiding 

9:00 — The Soybean Storage Situation — T. A. Hieronymus 

9:30— The Corn Storage Situation— R. J. Mutti 

10:00 — Managing Country Elevator Inventories: Hedging, 

Speculation, Merchandising — Virgil Wiese, 

Marshall Hyde 
10:40 — Comments on Mr. Wiese's Talk — 

Edgar Brockman 
10:50 — Comments on Mr. Wiese's Talk — Paul Allison 
11:00— Comments on Mr. Wiese's Talk— H. B. Steele 
1 1 :30— Adjourn 

Cold Storage Locker Plants 

Abattoir, Stock Pavilion 

Walter J. Wills, presiding 

9:00 — Demonstration: Slaughter of Cattle and Hogs — 

Sleeter Bull and Staff 
11:00 — Trends in Packaging Frozen Foods — 

R. R. Legault 
11:30— Adjourn 

Legumes and Grasses 

Auditorium 

8:00 — Agronomy Question Box on Small Grain — 
R. O. Weibel, leader 

H. G. Russell, presiding 
9:00 — Requirements of Good Grass Silage — 
K. E. Harshbarger 
How and Why I Use Grass Silage 
With Dairy Cattle — Paul Montavon 
With Beef Cattle — Doren Bricker, Archie Heap 
10:00 — Roundup of Methods of Storing Silage in Stacks — 
J. G. Cash 
Question Period 
1 1 :30— Adjourn 

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(Tuesday morning — continued) 

Farm Machinery 

Stock Pavilion (West end) 
A. L. Young, presiding 

9:00 — Adjustment of Mounted Plows Panel from 

Industry 
10:00— Significant Results of \W State Corn Picking 

Contest — Wendell Bowers 
11:00 — Reports from Mulch Planter Tests — 
II. P. Bateman 

1 1 :30— Adjourn 

12:00 — Movies — 201 Agricultural Engineering 

Rural Pastors' Short Course 

314 Illini Union (S) 

The Church's Outreach to the People of the Rural 
Community 

Myrvin Holmberg, presiding 

9:00 — Bringing People into the Life and Program of the 

Church — Oscar Engebretson 
1 1 :30— Adjourn 

Dairy Marketing 

135 Animal Sciences Laboratory 
Lowering Milk Distribution Costs 

Roland W. Bartlett, presiding 

9:00 — Store Distribution of Milk in Central Illinois — 

L. E. Gard 
9:30 — Economies of Large-Scale Plant Operations, Paper 
Containers: Half Gallon and Quart; Glass Con- 
tainers: Gallon and Half Gallon — A. C. Schricker 
10:00 — Large-Scale Production and Distribution of Milk 

— A. L. McWilliams 
10:30 — Economies of Vertical Integration of Bottling 
Plant, Transportation, and Store Sales of Milk — 
R. C. Sneed 
11:00 — Milk Distribution to Four States from One 

Bottling Plant — Sam Dean 
11:30— Adjourn 



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(Tuesday morning — continued) 

Beekeeping 

104 Vivarium Building 

9:00 — Through the Year with the Bee Colony — 

V. G. Milum 
9:45 — How the Honeybee Uses Its Body Structure — 

V. G. Milum 
10:45 — The Essentials of Good Hive Equipment — 

Roy Westley 
11:30 — Equipment Assembling Demonstration — 
110 Vivarium 

Illinois Farm Sports Festival 
Dance Preliminaries 

Lower Corridor, Women's Gym 

8:30 — Registration, H. H. Gordon, presiding 

South Room, Women's Gym 

Roy Will, H. J. Wetzel, presiding 
9:00 — Rural Youth Square Dance Teams 
Square Dance Bands 

North Room, Women's Gym 

Ed Dalhaus, C. P. Schumaier, presiding 
9:00 — Open Class Square Dance Teams 

Open Class Folk Dance Teams 

Rural Youth Folk Dance Teams 
1 1 : 00— Adjourn 

Afternoon sessions for the above begin at 1:30 p.m. 
fll:30 — Square and Folk Dance Luncheon 

314 Illini Union (N) 

Roy Will, presiding 

AFTERNOON 

For Illinois Farm Sports Festival Dance Preliminaries see 
morning program above. 

Homemakers' Program and 
Illinois Home Bureau Federation 

Lincoln Hall Theatre 

Mrs. Adam McWilliam, presiding 

1:30 — Ramparts of Freedom — Mrs. Raymond Sayre 
3:00 — General Session (See page 18). 



f Charge for admission. 

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(Tuesday afternoon — continued) 

Farm Machinery 

Stork Pavilion | Wetl end | 
R. I. Shawl, presiding 

1:00 — Reducing Farm Tractor Accidents — 

C. L. Hamilton 
2:00 — Tractor Maintenance to Head Off Valve Trouble 

G. E. Pickard 
3:00 — Genera] Session (See page 18). 

Soybeans 

Auditorium 

W. L. Burlison, presiding 

1:00 — Varieties — C. M. Woodworth 

Planting Rates, Dates, Methods — R. D. Osier 
2:00— Diseases— D. W. Chamberlain 

Shall We Defoliate Soybeans?— J. L. Cartter 
3:00 — General Session (See page 18). 

Beekeeping 

104 Vivarium Building 

1:00 — Illinois Honey Plants — Areas and Blooming Dates 

—Carl E. Killion 
1:45 — The Nature of Honey and Its Care — V. G. Milum 
2:20 — Building a Honey Market — Roy Westley 
3:00 — General Session (See page 18). 

Dairy Marketing 

Lowering Milk Distribution Costs 

135 Animal Sciences Laboratory 

Paul H. Tracy, presiding 

1:00 — Development of the Paper Container Industry for 

Packaged Milk — George Scott 
1:30 — Once-A-Week Home Deliveries of Fresh 

Concentrated Milk — C. A. Iverson 
2:00 — Can Increased Use of Vegetable Fat Substitutes 

Strengthen the Dairy Industry? — 

Roland W. Bartlett 
2:30 — Discussion 
3:00 — General Session (See page 18). 



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(Tuesday afternoon — continued) 

Rural Pastors' Short Course 

314 Illini Union (S) 

The Church's Outreach to the People of the Rural 
Community 

Vernon MacNeill, presiding 

1 :00— The Public Education of Children— 

Vernon Nickell 
3:00 — General Session (See page 18). 

Grain Marketing 

213 Gregory Hall 

L. F. Stice, presiding 

1:00— Grain Price Trends in 1953— L. J. Norton 
2:00 — Production and Utilization of Corn — Kirk Fox 
3:00 — General Session (See page 18). 

Cold Storage Locker Plants 

Abattoir, Stock Pavilion 

Sleeter Bull, presiding 

1 :00 — Nature of Current Locker Plant Problems — 
Walter J. Wills 

1:30— What Can We Do About These Problems?— 

L. B. Mann 
3:00 — General Session (See page 18). 

Poultry 

127 Mumford Hall 

R. C. Eaton, presiding 

1:00 — The Fallacy of Scanty Feeding — L. E. Card 

1:15 — Litters and Litter Management — R. C. Eaton 

1 :30 — Essentials of Poultry Housing — S. F. Ridlen 

1 :45 — Questions and Discussion 

2:00 — Practices Used by Illinois Farmers That Influence 

Returns on Poultry — E. E. Broadbent 
2:15 — Causes and Prevention of Cannibalism — 

H. M. Scott 
2:25 — Formation of the Egg — Movie 
2:45 — Questions and Discussion 
3:00 — General Session (See page 18). 



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(Tuesday afternoon — continued) 

Manufacturing Dairy Products 

Dairy Manufactures Building 

1:00 -Conducted lour Through the Dair) Plant 

3:00 — Genera] Session Sec page IB). 

The Role of Food Technology in 
Marketing Farm Products 

103 Mumford Hall 
Exhibits 

R. R. Legault, presiding 

1 :00 — Increasing the Value of Your Soybeans Through 

Better Oil Technology 

Improved Processing Sells More Sweet Corn 

How Food Technology Helps Market 80 Percent of 

the Consumer's Food 
3:00 — General Session (See page 18). 

Wood and Trees in Farming 

128 Mumford Hall 

L. B. Culver, presiding 

1 :00— Doctor, Kill That Tree— Ralph W. Lorenz 
2:00— Doctor, Save My Tree— J. C. Carter 
3:00 — General Session (See page 18). 

Swine 

100 Gregory Hall 

S. W. Terrill, presiding 

1:00 — Implanting Baby Pigs with Antibiotic Pellets — 

D. I. Gard 
1:20 — Creep-Feeding Pig Starter Rations — 

J. W. Lassiter 
1:40 — How Much Protein Should Be Included in Swine 

Rations? — D. E. Becker 
2:00 — My Experiences in Feeding Artificial Milk to 

Baby Pigs 

Panel: Illinois hog producers who have tried the 
artificial milk system. C. K. Whitehair, 
moderator 
3:00 — General Session (See page 18). 



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(Tuesday afternoon — continued) 

General Session 

Auditorium 

George D. Stoddard, presiding 
3 : 00 — Douglas County Chorus 

A New Approach to World 
Peace — John A. Hannah 
President, Michigan State 
College, East Lansing, Mich- 
igan 



For Leisure-Time Choices, see page 4. 

EXHIBITS 

Stock Pavilion 

Agricultural Engineering Building 

Lower Gym, Bevier Hall 

Open 9:00 a.m.-9:00 p.m. 

EVENING 

f6:00 — Stockmen's Banquet — J. L. Edmonds's Dinner- 
Ballroom, Illini Union 
Speaker: D. J. Kays 

Beekeeping 

104 Vivarium Building 

7:00 — Apiary Inspectors Conference (others invited) 
Adult Bee Diseases — V. G. Milum 
Diagnosing Brood Diseases — G. H. Cale 
Apiary Inspection and Disease Control — 
Carl E. Killion 
General Discussion — Apiary Inspectors 

Winter Festival 

Folk and Square Dance Jamboree 

George Huff Gym 

E. H. Regnier, presiding 
7:00 — Who's Your Dancing Neighbor? 
7:30 — Everybody Dance 
8:30 — Recognition in Rhythm 
9:30— Folk Figures 
10:00— Guest Callers 
1 1 ;00— Good Night, Neighbor 

f Charge for admission. 

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WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 4 



I [omemakers' Program 

() :i)(> Special Classes Sec Tuesda) morning program 
page 11). 

Lincoln Hall Theatre 
Fern Carl, presiding 

10:15 — Women, and Men Too, Buy Clothes — 
Mi. and Mrs. Jack Hayes 

11:30— Adjourn 



Recreation and Camping 

Faculty Lounge, Illini Union 

10:00 — The Camping Program for '53 and the Years 
Ahead 

Panel: E. I. Pilchard, E. H. Regnier, Anna Searl, 
Dawson G. Womeldorff, H. R. Brunne- 
meyer, moderator 
1 1 :30— Adjourn 

Corn 

Auditorium 

8:00 — Agronomy Question Box on Legume-Grass Produc- 
tion, Soybeans, Seed Supplies — W. O. Scott, leader 
C. M. Woodworth, presiding 
9:00 — Trends in Corn Breeding — L. F. Bauman 

1952 Hybrid Corn Tests— J. W. Pendleton 
10:00 — Corn Diseases — B. Koehier 

Nitrogen Efficiency in Corn Production — 
A. L. Lang 

Planting Patterns — G. H. Dungan 
11:30— Adjourn 

Manufacturing Dairy Products 

Dairy Manufactures Building 

10:00— Conducted Tour Through the Dairy Plant 

11:30— Adjourn 

Wednesday program continued, page 22. 



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PROGRAM OUTLINE See page 7 for Sunday Evening progra 





MONDAY 


TUESDAY 




Rural Youth, p. 7 


Homemakers' Program, p. 12 




Our Challenge as Producers, 


Special Classes, p. 11 




p. 7 


Grain Marketing, p. 12 




County Choruses, p. 8 


Locker Plants, p. 12 




Illinois Home Bureau Federa- 


Rural Pastor, p. 13 




tion, p. 33 


Dairy Marketing, p. 13 
Beekeeping, p. 14 


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Legumes and Grasses, p. 12 


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Farm Machinery, p. 13 


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Farm Sports Festival, p. 14 


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Home Bureau Federation, p. 3 


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Federation Luncheon, p. 33 
Square and Folk Dance 
Luncheon, p. 14 




Movies, p. 8 


Movies, p. 13 




Exhibits, p. 4, 10 


Exhibits, p. 4, 18 




Homemakers' Program, p. 8 


Homemakers' Program and 




Rural Youth, p. 8 


Home Bureau Federation, 




Dairy Plant Tour, p. 8 


p. 14 




Agricultural Outlook, p. 8 


Farm Sports Festival, p. 14 




Farm Drainage, p. 9 


Farm Machinery, p. 15 




Small Grain, p. 9 


Soybeans, p. 15 




4-H Home Economics, p. 9 


Beekeeping, p. 15 
Dairy Marketing, p. 15 
Rural Pastors, p. 16 
Dairy Plant Tour, p. 17 


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Grain Marketing, p. 16 




Locker Plants, p. 16 


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Poultry, p. 16 


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Food Technology in Marketing 


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Farm Products, p. 17 


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Wood and Trees in Farming, 

p. 17 
Swine, p. 17 




General Session, p. 9 


General Session, p. 18 




Exhibits, p. 4, 10 


Exhibits, p. 4, 18 




Leisure-Time Choices, p. 4 


Leisure-Time Choices, p. 4 




Movies, p. 4 


Movies, p. 4 




Social Recreation, p. 4 


Social Recreation, p. 4 




Tours, p. 4 


Tours, p. 4 




Vespers, p. 4 


Vespers, p. 4 




Rural Youth Banquet, p. 10 


Exhibits, p. 4, 18 


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Rural Pastors' Dinner, p. 10 


Stockmen's Banquet, p. 18 




Beekeeping, p. 18 


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Winter Festival 


Farm and Home Week 


Folk and Square Dance 




Open House, p. 10 


Jamboree, p. 18 







WEDNESDAY 


THURSDAY 


■omemakers' Program, p. i {| 


1 [omemakers 1 Program, p. 27 


Special Classes, |>. 1 1 


Special t llasses, p. 1 1 


Recreation and Camping, p. 19 


I (sing Timber in Buildings, 


Corn, p. 19 


p. 


Dairy Plant lour. p. 19 


Farm Tenure Problems, p. 28 


Economics of Land Use, p. 2-1 


Land Use, p. 28 


Sheep, p. 22 


Rural Life Conference, p. 28 


Solving Dairy Problems, p. 22 


Advisory Councils, Agricultural 


Marketing Quality Hogs, p. 23 


Education, p. 29 


Rural Pastors, p. 23 


Illinois Turkey Growers, p. 33 


Beekeeping, p. 23 


Leisurecraft and Counseling 


Farmstead Water Supply, p. 23 


Camp Committee, p. 33 


Family Account Keepers' 


Farm Management Luncheon, 


Luncheon, p. 24 


p. 29 


Camping Associations, p. 33 




FFA Foundation Luncheon, 




p. 33 




Movies, p. 23 


Movies, p. 27 


Exhibits, p. 4, 26 


Exhibits, p. 4, 32 


Homemakers' Program, page 27 


Homemakers' Program, p. 30 


Special Classes, p. 11 


New Farm Building Methods, 


Beekeeping, p. 24 


p. 30 


Dairy Cattle Breeding, p. 24 


Making Cheese Cake, p. 30 


Beef Cattle, p. 24 


Advisory Councils, Agricultural 


Marketing Quality Hogs, p. 25 


Education, p. 31 


Methods of Handling Forage 


Wood and Trees in Farming, 


Crops, p. 25 


p. 30 


Crop Production, p. 25 


Rural Life Conference, p. 31 


rlural Pastors, p. 25, 26 


Agronomy Research Revue, 


Vtechanizing Farm Chores, 


p. 31 


p. 26 




damping Associations, p. 33 




irlome Bureau Federation, p. 33 




General Session, p. 26 


General Session, p. 32 


Exhibits, p. 4, 26 


Exhibits, p. 4, 32 


Leisure-Time Choices, p. 4 


Leisure-Time Choices, p. 4 


Movies, p. 4 


Tours, p. 4 


Social Recreation, p. 4 




Tours, p. 4 




Vespers, p. 4 




Exhibits, p. 4, 26 


Illinois Society of Farm Man- 


Urop Improvement Association 


agers and Rural Appraisers, 


Banquet, p. 33 


p. 33 


Veterinary Medicine Question 


Illinois Turkey Growers, 


Box, p. 27 


Banquet, p. 33 


tfusic and Drama Festival, p. 27 





(Wednesday morning — continued) 

Economics of Land Use 

112 Gregory Hall 

W. D. Buddemeier, presiding 

9:00 — Horse Sense in Land Use — E. H. Tyner 

9:30 — Dollars and Cents in Land Use — W. N. Thompson 

10:00 — Opportunities of Illinois Farmers — P. E. Johnston 

1 :45 — Discussion 

1 1 :30— Adjourn 

Sheep 

127 Mumford Hall 

U. S. Garrigus, presiding 

9:00— What's New 

ECP and PMS for Out-of-Season Lambs — 

M. E. Mansfield 

Vibrionic Abortion in Sheep — H. S. Bryan 

Sulfur in Sheep Rations — U. S. Garrigus 

Helpful Hints from the 1952 Illinois Flock Record 

Contest — G. R. Carlisle 

10:00 — Handling Yearling Wethers in Illinois — 
Albert Webb 

10:25— Self-Feeding Lambs— W. R. Stitt 
11:10 — Questions and Discussion 

Panel: U. S. Garrigus, W. J. Hampton, M. E. 

Mansfield, Albert Webb, H. S. Bryan, 

G. R. Carlisle, W. R. Stitt 
1 1 :30— Adjourn 

Solving Dairy Problems 

135 Animal Sciences Laboratory 

E. E. Ormiston, presiding 

9:00 — What Is New in Dairy Research? 

Breeding — R. W. Touchberry 

Physiology — N. L. VanDemark 

Extension — C. S. Rhode, J. G. Cash 

Feeding — K. E. Harshbarger 

Chemistry — R. G. Hansen 

Bacteriology — W. O. Nelson 
10:30 — Questions and Answers 

10:45 — New Outlets for Milk Products — C. A. Iverson 
11:15 — Questions and Answers 
11:30— Adjourn 



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(Wednesday morning — continued) 

Marketing Quality I i\<* Hogs 

Stock l\i\iIion 

I West End) 

9:00 — Selecting Quality Hogs Everyone 1 las a Chance 

to Pick a Meat-Type Live M<>- S, W. Terrill 
10:00 -Problems in Breeding to Produce Quality Hogs — 

J. V. Craig 
10:30 Feeding and Management Problems in Producing 

Quality Hogs S. W. Terrill 
11:00 -Experiences in Marketing on a Live Quality Basis 

— W. J. Wills 
1 1 :30— Adjourn 

Rural Pastors' Short Course 

314 Illini Union (S) 

William J. Boatman, presiding 

9:00 — Working with the Extension Service in Agriculture 
and Home Economics and Other Agencies — 
Ralph Cummins, Ervin R. Will 

1 1 :30— Adjourn 

Beekeeping 

104 Vivarium Building 

8:00 — Fall and Winter Management of Bees — 

V. G. Milum 
9:00 — Spring and Summer Management in Extracted 

Honey Production — G. H. Cale 
10:00 — Management for Section and Bulk Comb Honey 

Production — C. E. Killion 
1 1 :00 — Management for Pollination and Seed Production 

Service — G. H. Cale 
1 1 :30— Adjourn 

Farmstead Water Supply 

201 Agricultural Engineering 

R. W. Kleis, presiding 

9:00 — Some Farm Water Supply Problems — 

E. W. Lehmann 
9:25— How to Make a Well Safe— Claude A. Kincaid 
10:00— Water Treatment for the Farm — 

V. R. Randolph 
10:25 — New Pumps and Pipes — R. E. Reeves 
11:00 — Water System Troubles and Their Remedies — 

F. W. Andrew 
1 1 :30— Adjourn 
12:00— Movies 



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(Wednesday — continued) 

Family Account Keepers' Luncheon 

f 11:45 — University Women's Club 

1201 West Oregon, Urbana 

Ruth Crawford Freeman, presiding 

AFTERNOON 

Homemakers' Program 

1:30 — Special Classes (See Tuesday Morning Program, 

page 11). 
3:00 — General Session (See page 26). 

Beekeeping 

104 Vivarium Building 

1 :00— Comb Pests and Their Control— V. G. Milum 
1:30— What Race and Strain of Bees Shall We Use?— 

G. H. Cale 
2:20 — How to Start in Beekeeping — Carl E. Killion 
3:00 — General Session (See page 26). 

Dairy Cattle Breeding 

135 Animal Sciences Laboratory 

C. S. Rhode, presiding 

1:00 — Concepts in Breeding Dairy Cattle — W. W. Yapp 

1:30 — Questions and Answers 

1:45 — Breeding Better Dairy Cattle — H. A. Herman 

2:30 — Questions and Answers 

3:00 — General Session (See page 26). 

Beef Cattle 

150 Veterinary Medicine 
R. R. Snapp, presiding 

1:00 — Winter Maintenance of Beef Cows in Southern 

Illinois— R. J. Webb 
1:20— At What Age Should Beef Heifers Be Bred?— 

R. R. Snapp 
1 :40— Why I Prefer Early to Late Calves 
2:00 — Has Brahman Blood Merit in Illinois Herds? — 

Maurice Ray 
2:20 — Let's Get the Little Jobs Done — A. L. Neumann 
3:00 — General Session (See page 26). 

f Charge for admission. 



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(Wednesday afternoon — continued) 

Marketing Quality Live Hogs 

Stock Pavilion 

| West End) 

L. J. Norton, presiding 

1:00 — Problems of Marketing as Seen 1>\ a Market 
Operator — II. W. Trautinann, Rue McNay 

1:50 — Problems of Marketing as Seen by a Packer-Buyer 
— Wayne Jackson 

2:20 — Carcasses of Hogs Selected at 9:00 a.m. — 
Sleeter Bull and B. C. Breidenstein 

3:00 — General Session (See page 26). 

Methods of Handling Forage Crops 

112 Gregory Hall 

R. C. Ross, presiding 

1:00 — Costs of Different Methods of Harvesting Hay and 

Silage— J. E. Wills 
1:25 — Labor and Equipment in Feeding Silage — 

R. N. Van Arsdall 
2:00 — My Experience in Handling Forage Crops — 

John Williamson 
2:30 — Discussion 
3:00 — General Session (See page 26). 

Crop Production 

Auditorium 

O. H. Sears, presiding 

1 :00 — Lessons from 23 Years of Corn Yield Contests — 

W. O. Scott, L. A. Abbott 

Chemical Top Killing of Corn and Other Crops 

— G. S. Cooper 
2:00 — Kinds of Nitrogen Fertilizers — L. T. Kurtz 

Chemical Control of Weeds and Brush — 

F. W. Slife 

Insect Problems- 1 953— H. B. Petty 
3:00 — General Session (See page 26). 

Rural Pastors' Short Course 

Illini Union 

1:00 — Group Sessions 

Group I — C. H. Innis, presiding 

Keeping Youth in the Community — 
C. L. Folse— Room 217 



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(Wednesday afternoon — continued) 

Group II — Glenn Dunbar, presiding 

Efficient Farm Management and the 
Church's Concern — H. C. M. Case — 
Room 209 
Group III — John Scott, presiding 

The Role of the County Seat Town — 
Ralph Cummins — Room 215 
3:00 — General Session (See page 26). 

Mechanizing Farm Chores 

201 Agricultural Engineering 

E. W. Lehmann, presiding 

1:00 — Mechanical Feed Handling — Bin to Bunk — 
M. W. Forth 

1:25 — It Is Being Done — L. S. Foote and visiting farmers 

2:00 — How to Install Mechanical Feed Handling Equip- 
ment on Your Farms — E. B. Scott 

2:25 — Recent Developments in Electrical Feed Handling 
Equipment — F. W. Andrew 

3:00 — General Session (See page 26). 

General Session 

Auditorium 

Janice Smith, presiding 

3:00— Selections from 1952-53 

Music and Drama Festival 
Observations and Experiences 
in the Near East — Mrs. Ava 

Milam Clark, Dean Emeritus, 
School of Home Economics, 
Oregon State College, 
Corvallis, Oregon 

For Leisure-Time Choices, 
see page 4. 



EXHIBITS 

Stock Pavilion 

Agricultural Engineering Building 

Lower Gym, Bevier Hall 

Open 9:00 a.m.-9:00 p.m. 




26 



(Wednesday — continued) 

EVENING 

Veterinary Medicine 

150 Veterinary Medicine 

7:30 — Question Box 

Illinois Rural Music and 
Drama Festival 

Auditorium 

f8:00 — Stage productions of selected one-act plays and 
music features from the 1952-53 festivals 



THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 5 



Homemakers' Program 

9:00 — Special Classes (See Tuesday morning program, 
page 11). 

Lincoln Hall Theatre 

Mary McKee, presiding 

10:15 — Appropriate Lighting for Today's Homes — 

Edith Buchholtz 
11:30— Adjourn 



Using Timber in Buildings 

135 Animal Sciences Laboratory 

Keith Hinchcliff, presiding 

9:00 — Methods of Wood Preservation for Farm 

Construction — W. L. Meek 
9:30 — Do's and Don'ts in Pole Construction — G. F. Sauer 
10:00 — How to Select and Use Paints for Farm 

Buildings — D. F. Laughnan 
11:00 — Question Box 
1 1 :30— Adjourn 
12:00 — Movies: Farm Buildings and Housing — 

201 Agricultural Engineering 

f Charge for admission. 

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(Thursday morning — continued) 

Farm Tenure Problems 

Smith Music Hall 

8:00 — Question Box — J. B. Andrews, leader 
J. B. Cunningham, presiding 

9:00 — Getting a Start in Farming 

So You Want to Farm! — F. J. Reiss 
Making a Start — J. B. Claar, Tom Cosner 

10:00 — Transferring Farm Property 

Inheritance and Related Tax Problems — 
N. G. P. Krausz 

Some Experiences in Farm Property Transfers- 
M. P. Gehlbach 

You Can't Take That Farm with You — 

C. L. Stewart 
1 1 :00 — Interpreting Farm Lease Practices — 

H. C. M. Case 
1 1 :30— Adjourn 



Land Use 

112 Gregory Hall 

8:00 — Agronomy Question Box on Corn Production, 
Crop Pests — C. M. Linsley, leader 
F. C. Bauer, presiding 
9:00 — Evaluating Cropping Practices — M. B. Russell 

Effect of Rotation and Soil Type on Soil Moisture 
Cycle — A. A. Klingebiel 
10:00 — Water Management the American Way — 
Clarence Teagarden 
Revolution in Africa — R. T. Odell 
1 1 :30— Adjourn 

Illinois Rural Life Conference 

314 Illini Union (S) 

Alvin T. Anderson, presiding 

9:00 — Zoning Is Everybody's Concern (Town and 
Country Cooperation) 

Panel: H. W. Hannah, presiding; James V. Edsall, 
J. L. Diamond, Alan Buck 
11:00 — Annual meeting of Illinois Rural Life Conference 
Committee to elect officers and plan for 1953-54 
program — Ellsworth Young, presiding 
1 1 :30— Adjourn 



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(Thursday morning — continued) 

Advisory Councils For 
Agricultural Education 

( rregory Hall 

9:30 — Discussion Croups 

State Policies and Program — J. E. Hill — Room 100 
Farm Management Courses for Adults — 
Panel— Room 223 

Farmers' Need for and Attitudes Toward Adult 
Education in Agriculture as Revealed in Eight 
Community Surveys — H. M. Hamlin — Room 205 

The Problem of Becoming Established in Farming 
— L. J. Phipps— Room 207 

Guidance and Counseling for Farm Boys and 
Young Men — A. H. Krebs — Room 215 

The Part of Advisory Committees in Developing 
Courses for High School Boys — G. P. Deyoe — 
Room 217 

School Sponsored Organizations for Young and 
Adult Farmers — J. N. Weiss — Room 219 

11:00 — General Session: Activities and Accomplishments 
of Advisory Committee — Panel: Committee and 
Board Members — Room 100 

1 1 :30— Adjourn 

Farm Management Luncheon 

Ballroom, Illini Union 

M. L. Mosher, presiding 

f 1 1 :45 — Luncheon 

Entertainment 

12:30 — Welcome and Recognitions — H. C. M. Case 

12:45— Will Your Obituary Be Worthy of Your 
Birthplace? — Arthur T. Mosher 

1 :45 — Adjourn 



t Charge for admission. 



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(Thursday afternoon) 

Homemakers' Program 

Lincoln Hall Theatre 

Pauline Brimhall, presiding 

1 : 30 — Safe Homes' Recognition — Mrs. James Graham 
Laws Important to the Farm Family 
Panel: Mrs. David E. Coultas, Mrs. Ruth Craw- 
ford Freeman, H. W. Hannah, N. G. P. 
Krausz, Mrs. J. D. Liehr 
3:00 — General Session (See page 32). 

New Farm Building Methods 

201 Agricultural Engineering Building 

D. W. Winter, presiding 

1 : 00 — Grass Silage Structures for Storing and Easier Feed- 
ing — J. T. Clayton 

1 : 30 — Better Buildings for Housing Dairy Cows — 
T. Cleaver 

2:00 — Swine Buildings to Meet Today's Needs — 
H. L. Wakeland 

2:30 — What Is Good Concrete Masonry? — C. A. Kincaid 

3:00 — General Session (See page 32). 

Making Cheese Cake 

Dairy Manufactures Building 

1 : 00 — Lecture-Demonstration : Making Bakers Cheese and 

Cheese Cake at Home — S. L. Tuckey 
3:00 — General Session (See page 32). 

Wood and Trees in Farming 

128 Mumford Hall 

J. N. Spaeth, presiding 

1 : 00 — Your Back-Door Lumber Yard — W. L. Meek 
2:00 — Home, Sweet Home With a Windbreak — 

L. B. Culver 
3:00 — General Session (See page 32). 



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(Thursday afternoon — continued) 

Advisory Councils For 
Agricultural Education 

( Gregory Hall 
1 :30— 1 )iscussion ( rroups 

Courses for Young Farm Operators — 

L J. Phipps Room 205 

c ourses for Established Farm Operators — 

J. N, Weiss- Room 223 

Advisory Committees for FFA Chapters — 

A. II. Krebs— Room 207 

Supervised Farming for Young Adult Farmers — 

G. P. Deyoe— Room 217 

Procedures in Operating an Advisory Committee — 

H. F. Engelking — Room 215 

Participation by Advisory Groups in Developing 

School Policies for Agricultural Education — 

H. M. Hamlin— Room 219 
3:00 — General Session (See page 32). 

Illinois Rural Life Conference 

314 Illini Union (S) 

Ellsworth Young, presiding 

1:00 — The 1952 "Get Out the Vote" Campaign — experi- 
ences as a guide to the future 

Panel: I. E. Parett, presiding, Lewis Colbert, Mrs. 
Granger Brown, Mrs. I. A. Loose, Robert S. 
Cushman 
3:00 — General Session (See page 32). 

Agronomy Research Revue 

112 Gregory Hall 

M. B. Russell, presiding 

1:00 — "Double or Nothing" — Clover Breeding — 

R. J. Metzger 

"Too Much Crust" — Effect of Krilium and Other 

Soil Conditioners — J. E. Gieseking 

"Better Brooms by Intermarriage" — Progress in 

Broomcorn Breeding — R. O. Weibel 

"How Giant Is Your Foxtail?" — Distribution and 

Control of Giant Foxtail — R. G. Heltsley 
2:00 — "Elucidating Elusive Essential Elements" 

I. More on Boron — D. A. Russel 

II. Less on Zinc — T. C. Tucker 

"Puffing Up with Ladino" — Ladino Clover Studies 
— H. L. Portz 

"Don't Fence Me In" — Effect of Soil Type and Soil 
Treatment on Corn Roots — J. B. Fehrenbacher 
3:00 — General Session (See page 32). 

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General Session 

Auditorium 

W. G. Kammlade, presiding 

3:00 — Our Stake in Rural Health — Lecture and Demon- 
stration — Clarence W. Klassen, Illinois Department 
of Public Health, Springfield 

For Leisure-Time Choices, see page 4. 



EXHIBITS 

Stock Pavilion 

Agricultural Engineering Building 

Lower Gym, Bevier Hall 

Open 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. 



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SPECIAL EVENTS 

MONDAY, FEBRUARY 2 

Illinois Home Bureau Federation 

10:00 ...in. Advisory Board 209 Illini Union 
2i00 p.m. Executive Board 209 Illini Union 

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 3 

Illinois Home Bureau Federation 

Smith Music Hall 

Mrs. Ad. mi McWilliam, presiding 
8:30 Registration 

9:00 Annual Meeting 
112:00 noon- — Federation Luncheon, Ballroom, Illini 
Union 
(Tickets for sale in lobby of Smith Music Hall, Tues- 
day morning ) 
Afternoon Session Illinois Home Bureau Federation 
Lincoln Hall Theatre, see page 14 

f6:30 p.m. — Home Bureau Federation Dinner, Latzer 
Hall, University YMCA 

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 4 

Camping Associations 

Southern Illinois 
f7:30 a.m. — Breakfast meeting, Latzer Hall, University 
YMCA 

Western Illinois 
f7:30 a.m. — Breakfast meeting, Room 3, University 
YMCA 

Rock River 

4:00 p.m.— 213 Illini Union 

Central Illinois 

4:00 p.m.— 314 Illini Union (S) 

Shaw-waw-nas-see 

4:00 p.m. — General Lounge, Illini Union 

Family Camp 

1:00 p.m.— 317 Illini Union 

FFA Foundation Luncheon 

fll:30 a.m.— 314 Illini Union (S) 

Illinois Home Bureau Federation 

Organization Discussion for County and Unit Home 

Bureau Officers 
4:15 p.m.— 112 Gregory Hall 

Illinois Crop Improvement Association 

f6:30 p.m. — Annual Banquet, Ballroom, Illini Union 

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 5 

Illinois Society of Farm Managers and Rural Appraisers 

f6:30 p.m. — Dinner, Cafeteria, Illini Union 
7:30 p.m. — Faculty Lounge, Illini Union 

Illinois Turkey Growers — Association Meeting 

10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.— 127 Mumford Hall 
f6:30 p.m. — Banquet, Latzer Hall, University YMCA 

Leisurecraft and Counseling Camp Committee 

10:00 a.m. — 211 Illini Union 

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 6 

Illinois Society of Farm Managers and Rural Appraisers 

8:30 a.m.— 314 Illini Union (N) 
fll: 45 a.m. — Luncheon, 314 Illini Union (N) 



f Charge for ad 



mission. 



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IDENTIFICATION OF SPEAKERS 

Abbott, L. A. — Farmer, Route 1, Morrison, Illinois 
Allison, Paul — Allison Grain Company, Bloomington, Illinois 
♦Anderson, Alvin T. — Associate Professor, Agricultural Economics Ex- 
tension 

♦Andrew, F. W. — Assistant Professor, Agricultural Engineering Eictension 
♦Andrews, J. B. — Professor, Farm Management Extension 

♦Balduf, W. V. — Professor, Entomology 

*Bartlett, R. W. — Professor, Agricultural Economics 

*Barto, Harriet — Associate Professor, Home Economics 

♦Bassie, V L. — Director, Bureau of Economics and Business Research 

♦Bateman, H. P. — Associate, Agricultural Engineering 

*Bauer, F. C. — Professor, Soil Fertility 

♦Bauman, L. F. — First Assistant, Plant Genetics 

♦Becker, D. E. — Assistant Professor, Animal Science 

♦Bever, W. M. — Professor, Crop Pathology 

♦Bigger, J. H. — Entomologist, State Natural History Survey 

Boatman, Reverend William J. — National Lutheran Council, Murphys- 
boro, Illinois 
♦Bonnett, O. T. — Professor, Plant Genetics 

♦Bowers, Wendell — Instructor, Agricultural Engineering Extension 
♦Breidenstein, B. C. — Assistant, Animal Science 

Bricker, Doren — Farmer, Media, Illinois 
♦Brimhall, Pauline — Assistant Professor, Home Economics 
♦Broadbent, E. E.— Agricultural Marketing Extension 

Brockman, Edgar — Farmers' Elevator Company, Danforth, Illinois 

Brown, Mrs. Granger — Illinois League of Women Voters, 319 East 
Scott, Lake Forest, Illinois 
♦Brunnemeyer, H. R. — Assistant State Leader of Farm Advisers 
♦Bryan, H. S. — Assistant Professor, Veterinary Pathology and Hygiene 

Buchholtz, Edith — Westinghouse Electric Corporation, Bloomfield, New 
Jersey 

Buck, Alan — Macon County Superintendent of Highways, Decatur, 
Illinois 
♦Buddemeier, W. D. — Assistant Professor, Agricultural Economics 
♦Bull, Sleeter— Professor, Meats 
♦Burlison, W. L. — Head, Department of Agronomy (Emeritus) 

Cale, G. H. — Editor, American Bee Journal, Hamilton, Illinois 
♦Card, L. E. — Head, Department of Animal Science 
♦Carl, Fern — Assistant Professor, Home Economics Extension 
♦Carlisle, G. R. — Associate Professor, Animal Science Extension 
♦Carter, J. C. — Plant Pathologist, State Natural History Survey 
♦Cartter, J. L. — Senior Agronomist, USDA 

♦Case, H. C. M. — Head, Department of Agricultural Economics 
♦Cash, J. G. — Associate Professor, Dairy Science Extension 
♦Chamberlain, D. W.— Pathologist, USDA 

♦Claar, J. B. — Supervisor, Farm Bureau Farm Management Service 
Fieldmen 

Clark, Mrs. Ava Milam — Dean Emeritus, School of Home Economics, 
Oregon State College, Corvallis, Oregon 
♦Clayton, J. T. — Instructor, Agricultural Engineering Extension 
♦Cleaver, T. — Agricultural Engineer, USDA 

Colbert, Lewis — President, State Junior Chamber of Commerce, 1304 
South Elm, Champaign, Illinois 
♦Colby, A. S. — Professor, Pomology 
♦Cooper, G. S. — Assistant, Crop Production 
♦Cooper, Ruth — Assistant Professor, Home Economics 

Cosner, Tom — Farmer, Loami, Illinois 

Coultas, Mrs. David E. — Greenview, Illinois 
♦Craig, J. V. — First Assistant, Animal Science 

Crocker, Dr. Donald R. — Pastor, First Methodist Church, Champaign, 
Illinois 
♦Culbert, J. R. — Assistant Professor, Floriculture 
♦Culver, L. B. — Associate Professor, Forestry Extension 

Cummins, Reverend Ralph — General Presbyter, McKinley Foundation, 
Champaign, Illinois 



♦Staff members, University of Illinois. 



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"Cunningham, J. B. — Associate Profmor. Agricultural Economic] I i 

tension 
(u-.iiin.in. Robert s President, Chicago Civi< Federation, 69 West 
Washington, Chicago -'. Illinois 

Deil, Margaret [nternetioneJ Perm youth Exchange, Routt L, Brie 

111:, 

D.ilhaus, I'd. Dun tor of Young Peoplei Activities, Illinois Agricul 

iui.il Association, 19 Bast Ohio, Chicago 11, Illinois 
Dr. in, Sam President, Dean Milk Company, 3600 River Road, Prank* 

till Park. Illino.s 

"Devon, G. P. — Professor, Agricultural Education 
Diamond, J. L. Peoria County Farm Adviser, Peoria, Illinois 

Dunbar, Reverend Glenn Methodist Church, Wilmington, Illinois 

*Dungan, G. H Professor, Crop Production 
•Durrell, Dorothy [nstructor, Home Economics 

* Eaton, R. C. — Instructor. Animal Science 
"Edmonds, J. L. — Professor, Horse Husbandry 

•Edsall, James V. — Research Specialist in Planning, Physical Plant 
Engebretson, Reverend Oscar — Lutheran Church, Spring Grove, Min- 
nesota 
Engelking, H. F.— Supervisor of Agricultural Education, 216 East 
Monroe, Springfield, Illinois 

*Farnham, Mrs. Mary — Small Homes Council and Home Economics 

Departments 
*Fehrenbacher, J. B. — Assistant Professor, Soil Physics 
*Fluhr, Anne — Instructor, Home Economics 
*Folse, C. L. — Assistant Professor, Rural Sociology 
*Foote, L. S. — Assistant Agricultural Engineer, USDA 
*Forth, M. W. — First Assistant, Agricultural Engineering 
*Fox, Kirk — Research Associate, Agricultural Economics 
*Freeman, Mrs. Ruth Crawford — Assistant Professor, Home Economics 

Extension 
*Fuqua, Mary — Assistant Professor, Home Economics 

*Gard, D. I. — Assistant, Animal Science 
Gard, L. E. — Gard Distributing Company, 1606 West University, 

Champaign, Illinois 
*Garrigus, U. S. — Associate Professor, Animal Science 
Gehlbach, M. P. — Farm Bureau Farm Management Service, Route 3, 
Lincoln, Illinois 
*Gieseking, J. E. — Professor, Soil Physics 
*Gordon, H. H. — Assistant State Leader of Farm Advisers 
Graham, Mrs. James — Home Safety Chairman, Illinois Home Bureau 
Federation, Morrisonville, Illinois 

Hamilton, C. L. — Agricultural Engineer, Farm Division, National 
Safety Council, 425 North Michigan Avenue, Chicago 11, Illinois 
*Hamlin, H. M. — Professor, Agricultural Education 
*Hampton, W. J. — Herdsman Foreman, Animal Science 
Hanell, Norma Jean — International Farm Youth Exchange Delegate, 

Route 2, Bloomington, Illinois 
*Hannah, H. W. — Professor, Agricultural Law 

Hannah, John A. — President, Michigan State College, East Lansing, 
Michigan 
*Hansen, R. G. — Associate Professor, Dairy Biological Chemistry 

Harper, T. R. — Drainage Contractor, Seymour, Illinois 
*Harshbarger, K. E. — Assistant Professor, Dairy Production 
*Hay, R. C. — Professor, Soil and Water Engineering 
Hayes, Mrs. Jack — Myer's Fashions, Champaign, Illinois 
Hayes, Jack — Murphy's Men's Clothiers, Champaign, Illinois 
Heap, Archie — Farmer, Media, Illinois 
*Heltsley, R. G. — Assistant, Crop Production 
Herman, H. A. — Professor, Dairy Husbandry, University of Missouri, 
Columbia, Missouri 
*Hieronymus, T. A. — Assistant Professor, Agricultural Economics 
Hill, J. E. — Director, Vocational Education, 216 East Monroe, Spring- 
field, Illinois 
*Hinchcliff, K. H. — Professor, Farm Structures Extension 
Holmberg, Reverend Myrvin — Chairman, Rural Pastors' Short Course 
Committee, Lutheran Church, Paxton, Illinois 
*Hudelson, R. R. — Acting Dean, College of Agriculture 
Hyde, Marshall — Fowler Grain Company, Rising, Illinois 

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Inncs. Reverend C. H.— Congregational Christian Church, Atwood. 
Illinois 

Iverson, C. A. — Head. Department of Dairy Industry, Iowa State Col- 
lege, Ames, Iowa 

Jackson, Wayne— Wilson and Company, 41st and South Ashland Av- 
enue. Chicago 9. Illinois 
* James, Viola— Instructor, Library Science 
*Janssen, Mrs. Pearl — Associate Professor, Home Economics 
*Johnson, P. E. — Assistant Professor, Soil Fertility 
*Johnston, P. E. — Professor, Agricultural Economics 
*Jordan, G. L. — Professor, Agricultural Economics 

*Kammlade, W. G. — Associate Director, Extension Service 
Karstens, G. A.— -Extension Agricultural Engineer, Purdue University, 
Lafayette, Indiana 

Kays, D. J. — Professor, Department of Animal Husbandry, Ohio State 

University, Columbus, Ohio 
*Kemmerer, H. R. — Instructor, Horticulture Extension 
Killion, Carl E. — Chief Apiary Inspector, State Department of Markets, 

Springfield, Illinois 

Kincaid, C. A.— Field Engineer, Portland Cement Association, Cham- 
paign, Illinois 

*King, Florence — Associate Professor. Home Economics 
Klassen, Clarence W. — Chief Sanitary Engineer, Division of Sanitary 
Engineering. Illinois Department of Health, Springfield, Illinois 

*Kleis, R. W. — Instructor, Agricultural Engineering 

*Klingebiel, A. A. — Project Supervisor, U. S. Bureau of Plant Industry 

*Koehler, B. — Professor, Crop Pathology 

*Krausz, N. G. P. — Assistant Professor, Agricultural Law 

*Krebs, A. H. — Assistant Professor, Agricultural Education 

*Kurtz, L. T. — Professor. Soil Fertility 

*Lamkin, Mrs. Glenna — Associate Professor, Home Economics 
*Lang, A. L. — Professor, Soil Fertility 
*Lassiter, J. W. — Assistant, Animal Science 

Laughnan, D. F. — Head of Paint Division, Forest Products Laboratory, 
Madison, Wisconsin 
*Legault, R. R. — Acting Head. Department of Food Technology 
*Lehmann, E. W. — Head. Department of Agricultural Engineering 

Liehr, Mrs. J. D. — Chambersburg. Illinois 
*Ligon, Mrs. Mary — Assistant Professor, Home Economics Extension 
*Linsley, C. M. — Professor, Soils Extension 
*Lomasney, W. F. — Fruit and Vegetable Marketing Extension 

Loose, Mrs. I. A. — Legislative Chairman, Congress of Parents and 
Teachers, Illiopolis, Illinois 
*Lorenz, Ralph W. — Associate Professor, Forestry 

MacNeill, Reverend Vernon — Executive Secretary, Illinois Church 
Council, First and Adams Street, Springfield, Illinois 
*McCullough, Helen — Assistant Professor, Home Economics 
*McKee, Mary — Assistant Professor, Home Economics Extension 
*McLaughlin, Mrs. Marion — Instructor, Home Economics 
McNay, Rue — Woodson-Fennewald Livestock Commission Company, 

National Stockyards, Illinois 
McWilliam. Mrs. Adam — President, Illinois Home Bureau Federation, 

Toulon, Illinois 
McWilliams, A. L. — General Manager, Pure Milk Association, 608 

South Dearborn, Chicago 5, Illinois 
Mann, L. B. — Senior Agricultural Economist, Farm Credit Administra- 
tion, USDA, Washington 25, D. C. 
*Mansfield, M. E. — Assistant Professor, Veterinary Extension and Re- 
search, Dixon Springs Experiment Station, Robbs, Illinois 
*Martin, Mrs. Millicent — Instructor, Home Economics 
*Meek, W. L.— First Assistant, Forest Utilization 
*Metzger, R. J. — Assistant, Plant Genetics 
*Milum, V. G. — Professor, Entomology 
Montavon, Paul — Farmer, DeKalb, Illinois 

Mosher, A. T. — Principal, Agricultural Institute, Allahabad, India 
*Mosher, M. L. — Professor, Agricultural Economics (Emeritus) 
*Muirheid, B. F. — Instructor, Agricultural Engineering Extension 
*Mutti, R. J. — Associate Professor, Agricultural Economics 



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'Nelson, \v. (> Assistant Professoi Dair) Bacteriology 
'Neumann, a. L. Associate Professor, Animal Science 
N n kill , Vernon 1 Superintendent ol Publi< Instruction, Centennial 

Building, Springfield, Illinois 
'Norton, L. J. Professor) Agricultural Economics 

•Odell, ft. l. Pr of es sor , Soil Physics 

•Ormiston, B< B< Assistanl Professor, Dair) Production 

'Osier, R. I). Agronomist, USDA 

Parett, I. E. Illinois Agricultural Association, 1.5 Bast Ohio, Chicago 

11. Illinois 
•Pendleton, J. W. First Assistant, Crop Production 

•Potty, H. 15. Assistant Professor, Entomology Extension 

•Phipps, L. J. Assistant Professoi , Agricultural Education 

•Pickard, G. E. — Pr ofes s or , Power and Machinery 

"Pickett, Mrs. Mary — Instructor, Home Economics 

* Pili hard, E. I. — Associate Professor, Agricultural 4-H Club Work 

*Portz, H. L. — Assistant, Crop Production 

Randolph, V. R. — Sanitary Engineer, Division of Sanitary Engineering. 
Illinois Department of Health, Springfield, Illinois 
•Ray, Maurice — Assistant, Animal Science 

Reeves, R. E. — Director of Engineering, Decatur Pump Company, De- 
catur, Illinois 
*Regnier, E. H. — Extension Recreationist 
*Reiss, F. J. — Assistant Professor, Farm Management 
*Rhode, C. S. — Professor, Dairy Science Extension 
*Ridlen, S. F. — Assistant Professor, Poultry Extension 
*Ross, R. C. — Professor, Agricultural Economics 
*Russel, D. A. — Assistant, Soil Fertility 
*Russell, H. G. — Professor, Animal Science Extension 
*Russell, M. B. — Head, Department of Agronomy 

*Sauer, G. F. — Assistant, Agricultural Engineering 
Sayre, Mrs. Raymond — President, Associated Country Women of the 

World, Ackworth, Iowa 
Schricker, A. C. — Plant Manager, Hawthorn-Mellody Dairy, 4224 
West Chicago Avenue, Chicago 51, Illinois 
*Schumaier, C. P. — Assistant, Agricultural Economics 
Scott, E. B. — Division Manager of Agricultural Sales, Public Service 
Company of Northern Illinois, 22 West Cass Street, Joliet, Illinois 
Scott, George — Vice President, Ex-Cello Corporation, 1200 Oakland 
Boulevard, Detroit 32, Michigan 
*Scott, H. M. — Professor, Animal Science 
Scott, Reverend John — Baptist Church, Winchester, Illinois 
*Scott, W. O. — Assistant Professor, Crop Extension 
*Searl, Anna — Associate Professor, Home Economics Extension 
*Sears, O. H. — Professor, Soil Biology 
Shaul, V. C— Director, Illinois Chorus, 1211 West John Street, Cham- 
paign, Illinois 
*Shawl, R. I. — Professor, Farm Machinery 

*Simerl, L. H. — Extension Economist in Agricultural Marketing 
*Slife, F. W.— First Assistant, Crop Production 
*Smith, Janice— Head, Department of Home Economics 
Smith, Mervin G. — Agricultural Economist, Extension Service, Ohio 
State University, Columbus, Ohio 
*Snapp, R. R. — Professor, Animal Science 
Sneed, R. C. — Vice President, Safeway Stores, 405-14th Street, Oak- 
land, California 
Somers, P. M. — Public Accountant, 410 West Clark, Champaign, 
Illinois 
*Spaeth, J. N. — Head, Department of Forestry 
Steele, H. B. — Fisher Farmers Grain and Coal Company, Fisher. 
Illinois 
*Stewart, C. L. — Professor, Agricultural Economics 
*Stice, L. F. — Extension Economist in Marketing 
Stitt, W. R. — Manager, Evansville Producers Commission Association, 

Evansville, Indiana 
*Stoddard, George D. — President, University of Illinois 
*Sullivan, Catherine — Instructor, Home Economics Extension 



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Tangent, Reverend Pierre — University Baptist Church, 807 South 

Fourth, Champaign, Illinois , 
Teagarden, Clarence C— Student, U. of I., 202 West Daniel, Cham- 
paign, Illinois 
*Terrill, S. W. — Associate Professor, Animal Science 
^Thompson, W. N. — Assistant Professor, Farm Management 
*Touchberry, R. W. — Assistant Professor, Dairy Cattle Genetics 
*Tracy, Paul — Professor, Dairy Technology 
Trautmann, H. W. — Sales Manager, Illinois Livestock Marketing As- 
sociation, 116 Merchant Street, Decatur, Illinois 
Tucker, Reverend Duff — Director, Larger Parish, Mt. Sterling, Illinois 
*Tucker, T. C. — Assistant, Soil Fertility 
*Tuckey, S. L. — Associate Professor, Dairy Technology 
*Tyner, E. H. — Professor, Soil Fertility 

*Van Arsdall, R. N. — Assistant, Farm Management 
*VanDermark, N. L. — Associate Professor, Dairy Cattle Physiology 
*Van Duyne, Frances — Associate Professor, Home Economics 

*Wakeland, H. L. — Instructor, Agricultural Engineering 
*Walker, Clareta — Assistant Professor, Rural Youth 
*Walker, E. D. — Extension Soil Conservationist 
*Weaver, B. L. — Assistant Professor, Vegetable Crops 

Webb, Albert — Farmer, Ewing, Illinois 
*Webb, R. J.— Superintendent, Dixon Springs Experiment Station, 

Robbs, Illinois 
*Weesner, Kathryn — Assistant Professor, Home Economics 
*Weibel, R. O. — Assistant Professor, Crop Production 
*Weiss, J. N. — Assistant Professor, Agricultural Education 
Westley, Roy — A. I. Root Company, 3915 West Grand Avenue, Chi- 
cago 51, Illinois 
*Wetzel, H. J. — Instructor in Agricultural 4-H Club Work 
*Whitehair, C. K. — Associate Professor, Veterinary Physiology and 
Pharmacology 
Wiese, Virgil — Vice President, Federal North Iowa Grain Company, 

Robeson Building, Champaign, Illinois 
Wilson, A. L. — Food Store Operator, 1501 Delmont Court, Urbana, 

Illinois 
Will, Reverend Ervin R. — Dioscesian Rural Life Director, Dietrich, 

Illinois 
Will, Roy — Director of Special Services, Illinois Agricultural Associa- 
tion, 43 East Ohio Street, Chicago 11, Illinois 
Williamson, John — Farmer, Yorkville, Illinois 

Willis, Paul — President, Grocery Manufacturers of America, 205 East 
42nd Street, New York, New York 
*Wills, J. E.— Associate Professor, Farm Management 
*Wills, W. J. — Assistant Professor, Agricultural Marketing 
*Winter, D. W. — First Assistant, Agricultural Engineering 
Womeldorf, D. G. — Manager, Agricultural Sales, Public Service Com- 
pany of Northern Illinois, 72 West Adams Street, Chicago, Illinois 
*Woodworth, C. M. — Professor, Plant Genetics 
^Working, E. J. — Professor, Agricultural Economics 

*Yapp, W. W.— Professor, Dairy Cattle Breeding 
*Young, A. L. — Associate Professor, Farm Power 

Young, Reverend Ellsworth— President, Illinois Rural Life Conference, 
Presbyterian Church, Athens, Illinois 

*Z\volanek. Helen — Assistant Professor, Home Economics 



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FARM AND HOME WEEK COMMITTEE 

w. 1). Murphy, chairman; Lulu Black, (;. R. Carlisle. I n Culver, 
Francei Jensen, G L Jordan, K v Kendall, R w KleU, .1 K 
McDermott, I B. Miller. I II Regnier, K K. Simon Marian 
Sympson, Joseph loin. is. <; I Woods, Kmii Gorrell, secretary 



EXHIBITS COMMITTEE 

(;. 1. Woods, chairman I \n Andrew, E. E. Broadbent, Gladys 
Daniels, r. C. Eaton, c H Farnham, David Hintermeister, I I 
fohela, F. A. Kummerow, J. 1. Lendrum, Betty Morton, D. T. 
Schild, .1. S ritui 



SUNDAY EVENING COMMITTEE 

O. F. Gaebe, chairman; H. R, Brunnemeyer, Erma Cottingham, E. 1> 
Walker 



USHERS AND TOUR GUIDE COMMITTEE 

A. G. Harms, chairman; R. H. Andrews, R. H. Maier, G. F. Sauer, 
Don Walker 



OPEN HOUSE COMMITTEE 

Helen Marshall and H. R. Kemmerer, co-chairmen; Pauline Brimhall, 
Wendell Bovvers 



MUSIC AND DRAMA FESTIVAL COMMITTEE 

E. H. Regnier, chairman; H. R. Brunnemeyer, G. R. Cunningham, 
W. H. Heneberry. Gertrude Kaiser. R. W. Lawson, V. C. Shaul 



SQUARE AND FOLK DANCE COMMITTEE 

E. H. Regnier, chairman; Margueritte Briggs, Ed Dalhaus, Harold 
Gordon, R. W. Lawson, R. O. Lyon, C. P. Schumaier, Harold M. 
Smith, Clareta Walker, Roy Will, J. E. Wills 



INFORMATION COMMITTEE 

Jessie Heathman and Robert Jarnagin, co-chairmen 

MOVIES COMMITTEE 

D. T. Schild and Mary Vick, co-chairmen 

RECREATION COMMITTEE 

E. H. Regnier and R. W. Lawson, co-chairmen 

REGISTRATION AND HOUSING COMMITTEE 

O. L. Whalin, chairman; Margueritte Briggs, W. F. Bulkley, J. B. 
Cunningham, Dorothy Iwig, Margaret Schrader 

SIGNS COMMITTEE 
R. W. Kleis 

COMMITTEE ON HOME ECONOMICS-AGRICULTURE 
JOINT PROGRAMS 

Frances Jensen, chairman; G. R. Carlisle, R. K. Simons, W. N. 
Thompson 



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